Speccy For Mac

ZX Spectrum was one of the best-known 8-bit consoles in the 80s and early 90s. Now, thanks to Speccy, you can relive the good times you spent playing games from the classic platform –like Fred, The Abbey of Crime, and Mad Mix– on your PC.
Speccy can emulate most games for Spectrum in their 48, 128, and 48k versions as well as the more modern +2 and +3 versions. It also supports hardware like printers, mice, and joysticks, and can load files in the following formats: Z80, SNA, TAP, TZX, FDI, TRD, and SCL. The loading speed won't be instant, though, as it's the same speed required by cassette tapes.
The program also lets you convert the input signal into a MIDI sequence, making it possible to save your games in digital format to load them again at a later time. This is especially useful if you're reading games directly from the original cassette tapes through an audio input port.

Is there an app like Speccy but for Mac? So I've looked everywhere to try to find an app that lists the specs of the computer that I am using similar to what Speccy does for Windows. Is there an app that does that? Speccy for linux free download. Unreal Speccy portable Portable ZX-Spectrum emulator supports Z80 128K (Pentagon) AY/YM, Beeper, Beta Disk, Tape, Kempston.

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